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http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplayer/articles/swf_searchability.html?devcon=f1

Flash, Flex, Silverlight have been gaining a lot more traction lately. This announcement could really see them take off.

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It's good news for any flash

It's good news for any flash developers.
Really someone should have done something about it long ago.

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Tony wrote:It's good news

Tony wrote:

It's good news for any flash developers.
Really someone should have done something about it long ago.

Now, if we could just do something about the flash developers. Sad

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gary.turner wrote:Now, if we

gary.turner wrote:

Now, if we could just do something about the flash developers. Sad

hehe LOL Smile

It used to always bug me when I would see websites done totally in flash. It was interesting to read in the article that you could have starting points within the swf which would work just like URL's.

I think it is cool, but I still don't think sites should be built solely in Flash.

Thanks for posting the article. I forwarded it on to a couple SEO people I know who would be happy about the news.